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Going Postal (Discworld Novels) by Pratchett, Terry (2004) Hardcover - Terry Pratchett
Going Postal (Discworld Novels) by Pratchett, Terry (2004) Hardcover
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4.25 10
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
Publisher: Doubleday
Edition language: English
Fantasy, Humor
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Michelle's corner
Michelle's corner rated it
4.0 Review - Observational humour that touched a chord
Thinking of a title for this review is difficult, because I could easily have mistaken Pratchett for having been a civil servant in British government early on in his career. For an explanation of the kind of thing I mean, watch the first 3 minutes and a few seconds of "Whoops Apocalypse" - that wil...
mattries37315 rated it
3.5 Going Postal (Discworld #33, Industrial #4)
Ankh-Morpork’s primary communication system has become inefficient and is losing money, so Lord Vetinari decides to reopen the Post Office. The 33rd book in Terry Pratchett Discworld series, Going Postal introduces a new ‘main’ character Moist von Lipwig who would have rather not be involved but on...
Linda78 rated it
3.5 Going Postal (Audiobook)
I know these are all supposed to be (supposedly) stand-alones, but I still get the feeling at times that I'm missing things by jumping around. Like Moist Van Lipwig. It felt like I should know who he was at the start of this, even though this is listed as the first Moist Van Lipwig book. True, anyth...
YouKneeK rated it
4.0 Review: Going Postal (Discworld Book 39 of 49ish)
Going Postal is the first book in the Moist von Lipwig subseries of Discworld, which is also associated with the Industrial Revolution subseries. In the case of this book, it’s maybe a little more of an “Industrial Counterrevolution”. The post office in Ankh-Morpork has effectively been out of co...
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Got My Book rated it
4.5 My Favorite Adult Discworld Book: Going Postal | Review
What can I say about Terry Pratchett & Discworld that hasn't been said before? His fantasy has layers inside it's layers. Arch-swindler Moist Van Lipwig never believed his confidence crimes were hanging offenses - until he found himself with a noose tightly around his neck, dropping through a tra...
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